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I built a dolly for my plow. Now the plow comes to the truck instead of vice versa. Much easier, and it isn't stuck wherever I drop it off until next winter.

Follow up: put the plow on the other week. This thing worked like a dream. I wheeled the plow right up to the truck, the pins popped right into place when set, and I only had to connect the cables and pull up the stand. No jockeying the truck to drive into position. It went on in 10 minutes solo, and that was my first time ever putting it back on. I'll bet I have it down to 3 minutes next year.

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Nice.
Are the wheels on the dolly large enough; or does the plow get stored indoors.

Hopefully you get it on the truck before you need it!
 

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If you're asking about weight, plenty. They're rated to 600 lbs each. If you mean can it go on dirt, no. Not without boards or something to distribute weight. In a few years I plan to move it inside.
 
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